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No one knows the dangers and difficulties faced by today’s police officers better than another officer, and no one knows police officers better than the FOP. Here’s a quick overview of the wide variety of services and benefits that the FOP offers to its members. Legislative Benefits The FOP maintains an office on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
The Fraternal Order of Police is the largest and most influential law enforcement organization lobbying in our Nation’s Capital for issues important to rank and file officers. The Fraternal Order of Police recognizes that we must always fight to remember the sacrifice made by those killed in the line of duty.
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The Fraternal Order of Police Legal Defense Plan, Inc. was created by the National FOP. This self-funded plan is available to eligible FOP groups and individual members to cover law enforcement exposures, including: Administrative, civil and criminal legal coverage: The Legal Defense Plan pays for legal defense of certain administrative, civil and criminal proceedings against plan participants. Legal defense coverage has become a necessity as the frequency and costs of allegations against peace officers continue to rise. H.R. 218 coverage: Legal defense coverage is provided to FOP active and retired officers for civil or criminal claims associated with H.R. 218. The annual coverage limit is $25,000 at a cost of $50 per participant. If you are currently a FOP Legal Defense Plan participant, coverage for H.R. 218 is automatically included.
Labor Services offers a comprehensive set of resources and services designed to ensure that no officer goes to the bargaining table alone. In addition, we provide assistance to your lodge to obtain the right to become your bargaining agent or to try to influence the public officials who determine your hours, wages, terms and other conditions of employment. Whether your department requires contract information, experienced legal experts, training seminars or personalized labor research, the Labor Services Division stands ready to provide the people and resources you need.

California Fraternal Order of Police
840 Richards Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95811
  (916) 662-7351

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